Aug 10, 2023
Be OK making mistakes. Decision-making inherently has a risk element, and knowing how you make decisions with imperfect information is a reminder that you are human — and also helps with better understanding of the cascading results of making a choice. Maria Morkuian, President at MSM Global Consulting, LLC and Stephanie Judd, Founder and Managing Partner of Wolf & Heron, discuss approaching decisions that you know are going to be made with missing information.
Whether it’s time-sensitive, a risk of looming stagnation, or that more information is necessary — consider what you know: the decision will create something. Hopefully forward movement. Use decision-making to move forward, not to plan into the far-distant future (that’s what your business strategy is for). Change that comes from making decisions is something that still has a stigma, so the more your company normalizes “change,” the more you can use decisions to iterate forward.
In this program, you will hear about how you get in your own way; how to notice reality to reset and refocus; and that it is OK to make mistakes. The conversation calls out that life and work are messy and more gets done when embracing that fact. The conversation clearly highlights that making decisions has risk and that it is courageous to understand your own risk tolerance. Jess Dewell hosts Maria Morkuian, President at MSM Global Consulting, LLC and Stephanie Judd, Founder and Managing Partner of Wolf & Heron, to discuss why it is BOLD to make decisions knowing you never have all the information.